The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950
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6—Algono Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 4, 1950 Presbyterian Circles Presbyterian women's circles will meet Thursday afternoon, April 6, as follows: A, Mrs. C. L. Bailey assisted by Mrs. Harvey Bruns and Mrs. R. S. Blossom, program by Mrs. A. B. Schenck; B, Mrs. Hugh Colwell, assisted by Mrs. Mabel Reimers and Mrs. Evelyn Schmidt, program by Mrs. Gaylord Shumway; C, Mrs. Ralph Brown, assisted by Mrs. LaVerne Caughey and Mrs. William Carney, program by Mrs. C. B. Murtagh; D, Mrs. Lylej Mathes, assisted by Mrs. Tony Sorenson and Mrs. Zelora Kuhlman, program by Mrs. Dftk Meyer; E, Mrs. Edna Mitchell, assisted by Mrs. A. J. Klooster, program by Mrs. Armour Lemkee. Meeting Postponed Women of the First Lutheran church have postponed their meeting till Thursday, April 13, because of Holy Week activities. Mrs. E. B. Carlson and Mrs. Vernon Jensen will be the hostesses at the April 13 meeting and the program committee is Mrs. F. M. Holt, Mrs. Hans Presthus, and Mrs. Oliver Mathson. Join In Celebration Mr. and Mrs. Al Lichter, Mr. and Mrs. William Barry.Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood and the respective families spent last week Sunday at Ft. Dodge celebrating the birthday of Faber Hood at the parental Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hoods. Faber is a brother of Mrs. Lichter, Mrs. Barry and Gene Hood. 18ih Birthday Iris Lieb was hostess at a the atre party Saturday evening in celebration of her eighteenth birthday. Guests were Laura Neville, Harriet Brown, Charlene Henry, Doris Applegate, Mary McKaren, Sharon Kain, Sheila Hanson, Claudia Pollard, Helen Lenz, Carol Black, Beverly Caughey, Betty Dearchp, Marilyn Miller, Marlene Gillespie, and Marian Zeigler. Out-of-town guests who came to help her celebrate the anniversary were her uncle and aunts, Walter Behnke, Rosa Meta, and Adelia Behnke, of Letts Creek. Refreshments were served at the Lieb home following the show. Carol Wiilkopf, 9 Carol Wittkopf was nine Friday, March 31, and in celebration of the anniversary, was given a party by her mother, Mrs. G. A. Wittkopf. Friends in attendance were Janet Gurwell, Judy Joy Reinders, Mary Ann Casey, Judith Rovn, Becky Jergenson, Patty Dunn, Sandra and Carol Lee Richman, and Patty Cockerell. Games were played outdoors and refreshments were served at the close lof the afternoon. Baptist Group Meets The Baptist women will meet Thursday afternoon, April 6. Mrs. Henry Furst, Mrs. Kyle Keith, Mrs. Bernard Bode, and Mrs. C. A. Sampson will be the hostesses. Mrs. L. W. Keith will give the devotions ,and the lesson will be given by Mrs. Kyle Keith. Catholic Luncheon The Catholic women have postponed their luncheon from Thursday, April 6, to Thursday, April 13, in deference to Holy Week At the meeting the 13th, hostesses will be Mrs. L. A. Winkel and Mrs. Alfred Grill. The usual luncheon will be served, followed by an afternoon of entertainment Mrs. Champion Hostess Mrs. W. L. Champion entertained informally Wednesday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames George Scuffham, Homer Anderson, Roy Hutzell, L. A. Baylor, Al Spongberg, and C. L. Livingston. The time was spent socially. Greenbergs Hosts Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Greenberg were hosts to the "Couples Bridge Club" Saturday evening. New Councilman Named, Wesley Wesley — In the town election held March 27, Wilfred Loebig was elected to the town council, replacing Mike Flom, who resigned. Other councilmen elected were Dtto Henderson, John MUehe, Ursan Neuroth: Vincent Daughn was named treasurer. Lael Root was reelected mayor, Don Kraus is clerk, and Nor- jert Hilbert town marshall. Reese Martin was named justice of the peace. Wins A Rocker Winner of a free platform rocker, given as a special prize as a feature of the Bjustrom Furni- Leo J. Thilges, Rt. 2. Bode. Roy Bjustrom presented Mr. Thilges with the chair last Saturday evening. Jr. Farm Bureau Dance April 11 The Royal Banquet and Ball this year's theme for the Kossuth' County Jr. Farm Bureau spring banquet and dance will be held Tuesday, April 11, at the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore. The banquet, which will start at 6-30 will feature a talk by Mr. Cliff Cairns, Northwood, Iowa, a member of the Livestock Service Division of Wilson's Packing Plant. The county officers of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau will be invited guests as will the Jr. Farm Bureau groups of Palo Alto Winnebago, Humboldt, and Hancock counties. Guy de Leo and his orchestra will provide festive music for the Royal Ball which is open to the Dublic. The music will start at ):00 and will be an opportunity or fun at $1.00 per person. HOSPITALS St. Ann Hospital March 14 — Mrs. Louis Scheppman, Irvington, girl; Mrs. August Hennings, Algona, girl; Vernoh Culbertson, Lone Rock, surgery; Loren Arndorfer, Wesley, medical; Mrs. Mary Owens, Swea City, medical; Mrs. Dwight Simpson, Algona, boy, 10 lb.; Ed ThuL, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs. Herman Harms, Ti tonka, boy 8 lb/, 1 oz. March 15 — Mrs. George Balluff, Algona, girl, 7 lb., 5 oz.; George Cink, Wesley, medical. ' March 16 — Mrs. Ted Chri- schilles, Algona. observation; Mrs. Robert Poirot, Algona, boy, 8 lb., 12 oz.; Mrs. Donald Cowles, Algona, boy, 10 lb., 4 oz. March 17 — Mrs. L. B. Wyatt, Algona, medical; Mrs. Stewart Thompson, Algona, boy, 6 lb., 14 oz.; Mrs. N. B. Best, Algona, maternity; Victor Parsons, Algona, surgery. M arch 18 — Bonnie Long, Burt, expired; Mrs. Donald Mains, Algona, boy, 5 lb., 15 oz.; John Kollasch, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Frank Moulton, Algona, girl, 7 lb., 7 oz.; Louis Reaser, Titonka, meJ- ical; Mrs. Ray Barton, Algona, medical; Mrs. B. D. Albright, Sioux Falls, S. D., accident; Keith Albright, Sioux Falls, accident. March 20 — Mrs. Gene Blanchard, Lone Rock, boy, 7 lb., 14 oz. Mrs. William Combs, Algona, boy 7 lb., 7 oz.; Mrs. Raymond Carlson, Burt, boy, 9 lb., stillborn; Eppo Bulten, Algona, surgery; Dennis Rike, Titonka, medical. March 21 — Irene Hagan, Algona, medical; Annabelle Tietz, Whittemore, tonsillectomy; Jerry Meyer, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs. F. R. Hunt, Fenton, medical; Mrs. Henry Smith, Burt, medical; Mrs. Lucy Besch, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Chet Williams, Algona, medical. March 22 — Mrs. Ellis Mains, Algona, boy, 7 lb., 8 oz.; Joe Leininger, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. John Droessler, BSSicroft, surgery; Mrs. Harold Fisher, Corwith, girl. 7 lb., 9 oz.; Mrs. Charlotte Hood, Bancroft, medical; Mrs. Charles Bennett, Algona, medical. March 23 — Walter Rentz, Burt, Surgery; R. L. Moore, Burt, medical: Kenneth Albright, Sioux Falls, S. D., medical. March 24 — Mrs. Eugene Baessler, Lu Verne, boy, 6 lb., 5 oz.; Mrs. Robert Eischen, Algona, . , , girl, 8 lb., 1 oz.; Lee Vander Waal, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Frank Becker, Burt, girl, 7 lb., , , , ., 11 oz.; Mrs. Ted Chrischilles, Algona, girl, 8 lb., 2 pz. March 25 — Sister 'Mary Patricia, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. John Beye, Woden, medical; Mrs. A. R. Hunt, Fenton, medical; Mrs. Lyle Holmes, Algona, boy; Oscar Luedtke, Lone Rock, medical; Royce Dugan, Algona, medical. March 26 — Mrs. Lester Schu- macher, Algona, boy; Merle Gouge, Garner, medical; Francis Woodcock, Algona, accident. March 27 — Mrs. Ben Widen, Corwith,. observation; Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, medical; Bonnie Hall, Sexton, surgery. Osteopathic Clinic March 15 — Mrs. Jess Blaifi, Algona, girl, 10 lb., 11 oz.; Mrs. Bill Dau, Jr., Algona, minor surgery. March 17 — Mrs. Earl Zwiefel, Titonka, minor surgery. March 18 — Mrs. W. B. Ridge, T NOTICE! I have moved my barber shop from the basement of the former Foth Cafe to the basement of the Algona Hotel. •? Nick Maharas will also shine shoes. I sincerely welcome all my old customers as well as any new patrons. Roy Higley Algona, minor surgery. March 20 — Victor Banwart, West Bend, tonsillectomy. TYPEWRITERS, portable ol standard size, for immediate sale. Algona Upper Des Moines. VENETIAN BLINDS Don't buy new curtains— Use Venetian blinds. They control light, insure privacy, and are easy to clean. In sizes to fit any window. Winner this week is No. 60. COWAN BLDO SUPPLY' 210 East State St. 'RE-VIEW OF EASTER is here— or almost, so close that you'll want to do your shopping at a store where you will find just EXACTLY what you want in a new Suit, Coat or Dress with the minimum of trouble. You'll find what you want at the CHRISCHILLES STORE. Such a gorgeous display of smart Easter Apparel as you haven't seen in years. Yes, there's a really NEW LOOK about the apparel at this store and our pleasant, courteous clerks will give you attention and sell you just the right garment. Shop at the store of friendly service -the CHRISCHILLES STORE V '-• ' ./ 0 ' '' ] m """•'y ' Both long and shortie coats are here for your immediate selection. New materials, new colors, new lines -you never saw anything so thrilling as the coats you'll find here at such reasonable prices. SUITS are here in all sizes too—juniors, misses and half sizes—in both plain colors (featuring red and navy) and the new men's wear checks and small plaids. If you want a new Easter suit, you'll find it waiting for you HERE, RIGHT NOW-TO-DAY 250 NEW EASTER HATS HAVE JUST ARRIVED- nsc es Now it { easy to modernise your kttchen. You" can start with one all-steel base cabinet, a wall cabinet, a sink/ a cooking center —or a complete new Frigidaire Kitchen! 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